The first thing I thought it was that actually, there were more photographers than the rest.
At the same time that someone would stop to pose for a picture, 5-6
photographers would stop along with them and shoot one.
Me and the photographers were like lions and the spotted people,
gazelles in the savannah of fashion's industry. LOL
In the end, only two didn't want to be photographed (who knows...)
but eventually I had the chance to meet some really nice people!
First of all, Scott Schuman aka THE SARTORIALIST: Kind and helpful!
If you don't know him (WHAT?) I kindly suggest you to take a look at his blog:
it was one of the first of the kind and I find his pictures simply stunning!
|Scott Schuman, The Sartorialist|
And after Emporio Armani and CoSTUME NATIONAL HOMME fashion show in the Navigli area, me and my colleague Barbara decided to take a break in a place that I really love:
Via Vigevano, 41, 20144 Milano
*** Who wants yogurt with fresh fruit and muesli?? MEEE!! ***
Then, outside Jil Sander's I met a sweet Italian girl and model, Ilaria .
She caught the attention of every photographer (and not only) reinventing, with some
limited budget, something seen on D&G's catwalks: a real tribute to Italy!
Also, she is also very, very nice :)
Hope to meet her again!
Let me know what you think :)